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Pua Magasiva, an actor who has starred in multiple Power Rangers television shows, as well as the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, sadly passed away this.
He was 38 years old.
Details about what transpired are still being made known, but here is what we've learned so far:
The New Zealand Herald writes that police were called to a home in Wellington, New Zealand early on Saturday morning... where they found Magasiva unresponsive.
An official spokesperson for the police department told the newspaper that they found “no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death,” and that it would soon be referring the case to the coroner.
Magasiva portrayed the Shane Clarke, the Red Wind Ranger, in "Power Rangers Ninja Storm," which marked the 11th television installment of the popular superhero franchise.
The Samoan-born actor had also appeared as nurse Vinnie Kruse in hundreds of episodes of "Shortland Street," one of New Zealand's most popular daytime dramas.
He debuted in the role in 2003, at the height of his fame, and has starred in the show since his return in 2012.
"We are all absolutely devastated at the tragic news regarding Pua Magasiva," the soap opera's production company wrote on social media Saturday, adding:
"Pua was a much loved member of the South Pacific Pictures' family for many years and our hearts and thoughts go out to Pua's family at this time."
For Magasiva, this family is comprised of wife Lizz Sadler, a seven-year-old daughter from his previous marriage; and his brother Robbie. (Sadler also has a daughter from a previous relationship.)
Magasiva and Sadler got married last April, nearly 10 months after meeting in October of 2016, according to Flava, a New Zealand radio station where Magasiva had co-hosted a morning show prior to his death.
The pair had met after Sadler began following the actor on Instagram.
"Family is everything! Through the struggles, troubles through it all they will always be there for you... I love you all to the moon and back #mylove," wrote Magasiva as a caption to the sweet photo above last April.
He last posted to Instagram several days prior to his death, when he and his loved ones took a trip together outside Wellington.
This photo is from that vacation:
Wrote Power Rangers co-star Jason Chan on Facebook after this tragic news went public:
"Incredibly sad to hear that one of our ranger family is gone. It will never be the same again. PUA you will be so dearly missed.
"You were the center of energy on set and off. Always laughing, giggling and involved in practical jokes."
Added Shane Cortese, one of Magasiva’s co-stars from the television program Outrageous Fortune:
May Pua Magasiva rest in peace.
Meghan Markle did not celebrate Mother's Day for the first time on Sunday.
But she did celebrate Mother's Day for the first time as an actual mother.
The Duchess of Sussex, who gave birth to son Archie this past Monday, posted a brand new image of the newborn earlier today in honor of this special occasion.
Not everyone may have been aware upon first viewing the photom, but it also paid tribute to Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana.
In the snapshot, which was taken at the famous couple's new Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor, Diana’s favorite flower, forget-me-nots, can be seen in the background.
It's a subtle, yet poignant nod to the mother-in-law Markle never had a chance to meet.
“Paying tribute to all mothers today - past, present, mothers-to-be, and those lost but forever remembered. We honor and celebrate each and every one of you,” Harry and Meghan wrote as a caption to this picture.
“Today is Mother’s Day in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya, Japan, and several countries across Europe.
"This is the first Mother’s Day for The Duchess of Sussex."
And they concluded: “Quote from ‘lands’: my mother was my first country; the first place I ever lived."
According to various outlets, Markle is spending the day at home with her new son, alongside her husband and her mom Doria Ragland.
The latter flew in to Great Britain several days before her daughter gave birth and has no plans to leave any time soon.
Meghan and Harry, meanwhile, debuted little Archie last Wednesday.
While fans are debating whether they gave their child this unexpected name in order to royally piss off Harry's native country, the stars themselves seemed very relaxed and overjoyed during the photo opportunity.
“It’s magic. It’s pretty amazing. I have the best two guys in the world, so I’m really happy," Markle told the gathered press, adding of her newborn:
"He has the sweetest temperament. He’s really calm."
Harry then quipped: “I don’t know where he gets that from!”
And Markle added: “He’s just been a dream. It’s been a special couple of days."
Prior to this debut, Harry himself spoke briefly to members of the media.
"I haven’t been in many births," he said, adding in adorable fashion:
"This is definitely my first birth. It was amazing, absolutely incredible.
"As I said, I am so incredibly proud of my wife and as every father and parent would ever say, your baby is absolutely amazing, but this little thing is absolutely to die for, so I’m just over the moon."